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Offline kerstinfroberg

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #30 on: October 10, 2020, 07:52:11 PM »
Today I published a catalogue for Svenska Kristallglasbruken (aka Kristallbolaget) of 1904.

Svenska Kristallglasbruken was formed as a sales organization for Kosta, Reijmyre, Eda, Alsterfors and Flöxhult, but (as I understand it) they soon got megalomania and started buying glassworks (and starting new ones) as if "everything was right with the world". Of course that did not last for ever, so by (around) 1930 they went bust.

(Probably, the https://Bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se has them to thank for a couple of interesting machines... but that is another story)

The catalogue from 1904 is the only one that I know of, and it cost me(us) a small fortune to get it digitized from Royal Library, so I hope you enjoy it!

It is (as usual) found at https://bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se/nedladdningar.html - after Kosta, before Kungelf (because Kristallglasbruken, or Kristallbolaget is (are?) the important words here... even if I do give them their full name)

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #31 on: November 17, 2020, 03:45:10 PM »
Some more catalogues uploaded today.

I found some more catalogues and price lists from Kristallglasbruken some time ago (and this time I didn't have to pay for them) - the 1904 price list is huge, so it comes in 3 parts.
The there is a catalogue for "household and pressed glass" also from 1904, plus a price list.

Then there is a cat + price list for export, 1922.
(Pray, what is an "iceplate"? - I can't even guess...)

Lastly, a "Model book" from the (now defunct) public hotel and restaurant chain SARA.

As usual:  https://bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se/nedladdningar.html

 

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